Once again, we called on journalists in the broadcast, print and Internet media to toss their hat into the ring for CEMA’s annual awards. If you feel any of your work has made a difference in any way to ethnic Canada and reflects on the ethnic aspect of this country, consider downloading our form and deciding which category suits you best. We received a lot of entries, lots of interest… please stay tuned for the award winning entries…
Here are some rules… read the rest on the form itself and follow the instructions closely. Thank you and best of luck.
Competition is open to all legitimate news and information media published or broadcast in Canada.
Content of the work submitted should clearly relate to and reflect Canada’s multicultural diversity and/or ethnocultural communities in Canada.
All work must be original, and listings of coming events or other like information submitted by others will not be accepted.
A contestant may submit his/her own entry or be nominated by a third party.
Entries must have been published or broadcast between the dates of January 1, 2009, and December 31, 2009. Date of publication or broadcast must be clearly marked on the submission.
Entries can be in any language, but all entries in languages other than English or French must be accompanied by a brief synopsis in either English or French. If needed, CEMA will arrange for the translation of the work submitted.